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Aging in place group schedules retirement funding session

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The National Aging in Place Council (NAIPC) is getting ready to talk about trends and policy-shaping efforts that could affect how much long-term care (LTC) older Americans use, or avoid having to use.

The NAIPC is set to start its two-day annual meeting Wednesday in Atlanta.

The Washington-based group represents for-profit and nonprofit organizations that help people stay in their homes as long as possible when they get older. One of the companies in the group’s resource directory is LTCR Pacific, Westlake Village, Calif., a long-term care insurance (LTCI) agency.

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The meeting agenda includes a panel discussion on retirement funding options.

The group has also scheduled sessions on topics such as the intersection between housing needs and health care needs; new ideas in aging services; new home modification technology; strategies for overcoming baby boomers’ disinclination to think about aging; and strategies for lobbying at the local government level.

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